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>> eric: this is a fox news alert. right now you are looking live at capitol hill where a vote on the debt ceiling should happen tonight. stay with fox. we will bring you the results as soon as they're in. welcome to "the five." i'm eric bolling, alongside kimberly guilfoyle, bob becket, dana perino, and greg gutfeld. we have a lot of ground to cover today. like a brand new gallup poll showing that more than a third of americans think president obama along with congress are doing the worst job they have seen in their lifetime when it comes to dealing with the nation's problems. our right to bear arms is protected in the constitution. one democrat congressman is thankful for that. plus, story that really shocked all of us, registered sex offender, granted custody of his young daughter. "the five" starts right now. ♪ ♪ >> eric: you know, being a hardcore conservative, i could easily just come out and bash obama for all his economic failures. instead, let's let steve wynn, a democrat and casino mogul talk obamanomics. >> i'm afraid to do anything in the current political envir
five." i'm andrea tantaros alongside monica crowley, eric bolling, bob becket, greg gutfeld. we have a packed show. theyethey are categorizing terrorist against america. plus, another legal blow for john edwards. the fallen politician owes millions to the federal government. and, environmental hysteria over david and victoria beckham's newborn daughter. you won't believe why. all that and much more. "the five" starts now. ♪ ♪ >> andrea: let's get to the top story. west versus schultz. start with the e-mail that started it all. congressman west sent an e-mail to wasserman schults based op comment she is made on the house floor about cutting benefit for medicare recipients in the district. take a listen to the e-mail. he said to her you are the most vile unprofessional and despicable member of the u.s. house of representatives. if you have something to say to me, stop being a coward and say it to my face. otherwise, shut the heck up. this sparked a war of words unlike we've ever seen before. monica, "jeopardier" discrimination or does allen west have a point? >> c'mon, debbie wasse
>>> go to greta wire.com. just put "the five" is next. >> eric: hello, everyone. 5:00 on the east coast. this is "the five." i'm eric bolling, alongside andrea tantaros, bob becket, dana perino, and greg gutfeld. we have a lot to talk about tonight. leadership skills, either you have them or you don't. or if you ask bill clinton for a little help. the president getting much-needed advice from 42. there is a heat wave sweeping the nation, but two feisty congress people firing up the house floor. plus, for all the parents out there, would you complain about the local playground being too safe? all of this and much more. "the five" starts right now. ♪ ♪ >> eric: a live shot of the white house there. change over. first democratic leadership was meeting with the president at 5:00. said that republicans john boehner and eric cantor are going to meet and switch in the hallway, pass in the hallway thumbs up or thumbs down. spend time meeting behind closed doors. >> greg: a lot happening in that shot. i think i saw a squirrel move along. >> andrea: it's very symbolic, in washington, d.
, with kimberly guilfoyle, juan williams, boll boll and andrea tantaros. a packed show tonight -- eric bolling and andrea tantaros. first, president obama's number are shaky. and a kicker, democratic poll. if cheating and producing a love child isn't low enough, arnold schwarzenegger sinks further in the muck. the latest on his divorce to maria shriver. and you may not be sitting at the table, but bob becket is here in spirit and in smell. we have our favorite bob beckettisms from the past two weeks. "the five" starts right now. ♪ ♪ interest oh, bob. so we're going to jump right into tonight with poll numbers that i can't figure out there have been new results out this week, in particular a quinnipiac poll. i pronounced it. that shows 38% of americans think obama is doing the worst job they have seen when it comes to handling the country's problems. i get that. what i don't get, in the same poll, obama's job approval rating is 47%. that is like a difference of a million percent. so what is it, america? you think obama is an okay guy though his performance stinks? no wonder i drink. juan, w
>> eric: hello, everyone. it's 5:00 on the east coast. this is "the five." i'm eric bolling alongside andrea tantaros, bob becket, dana perino, and greg gutfeld. "the five" starts right now. ♪ ♪ >> eric: a new york court paveed the way for the ground zero mosque to be built at the world trade center site in lower manhattan. we all know this project has seen major push-back from families of 9/11 victims, because they feel the mosque lies on sacred ground. who can blame them? there are bone fragments from 3,000 innocent people there. there is really no question that the ground zero mosque is, in fact, a victory mosque. a victory by al-qaeda over the american innocence. we woke up that september 1112 -- september 12 realizing there are forces of evil willing to go further than we imagined to kill us. somehow one of the biggest lessons to come out of the tragedy is how tolerant we have to be of those who hate us. so now ground-breaking is set to begin but listen to whey found out from a group of construction workers when i asked them if they would work on the mosque. >> i ag
>> eric: hello, everybody. it's 5:00 on the east coast. this is "the five." i'm eric bolling, alongside andrea tantaros, bob becket, dana perino and greg gutfeld. so much to talk about today. as america barrels toward economic disaster. republicans offering machete like cuts to spending. meanwhile, the democrats, scalpel, getting dull. we break it all down. and union scare tactics going way beyond inflatable rodents. the seiu thug manual revealed. and jane fonda dumped by qvc, but the liberal left princess isn't taking it sitting down. "the five" starts right now. ♪ ♪ >> eric: all right. story sparkingout rage today from the liberal left. herman cain saying folks should have the right to stop a mosque being built in their town. listen to this. >> let's go back to the fundamental issue that the people are saying they are objecting to. they are objecting to the fact that islam is both a religion and a set of laws, shariah law. that is the difference between any one of our other traditional religions where it's just about religious purposes. the people in the community know
gretawire.com to share your thoughts about this show. ♪ >> eric: hello, everybody. 5:00 on the east coast. this is "the five." i'm eric bolling. alongside kimberly guilfoyle, bob becket, andrea tantaros and greg gutfeld. a lot to get to today, starting with political correctness, getting shoved down your kid's throats. guess what? you're paying for it. big stimulus bucks on diversity manuals, public schools in nebraska and wait until you hear what is in them. a new california law requiring schools to teach gay history. plus, get the chips ready and the beers on ice. it looks like we'll have a football season after all. "the five" starts right now. ♪ ♪ >> eric: did you hear? president obama says you're okay with them raising your taxes. >> this is not an issue of salesmanship to the american people. the american people are sold. >> eric: i don't ever recall saying go ahead and raise my taxes, mr. president. but obama is the one who says he is -- what did he say? add extra hundreds of thousands of dollars. raise his taxes. don't raise our taxes. >> bob: you and he are in the same income
you with us, jamie colby, welcome to america's news headquarters. >> eric: i'm eric sean, 32-year-old andres behring brevik has confessed to carrying out the horrible and unimaginable attacks, and, he has confirmed that he wrote a diary, detailing his preparation with this. and was motivated by bringing a revolution to the norway society. we are joined from norway. >> reporter: eric, actually we're at a hospital outside of the island and many top of the victims were taken here and the hospital had an important visitor today and we were there to talk to some of the survivors, in oslo, this morning, a mass of grief and hope and they are not going it a grieving ceremony, they are calling it service of hope, and it will be a while before they see hope in nor wait. this morning, here in the -- in nor way, this morning the crown prince visited some of the survivors and we spoke to one, a man shot in sthoerthe shoulder told us an amazing story of a ten-year-old boy, whose father was shot and he stood up to the killer. >> he said, leave us alone, go away, we have had enough now and, i'm t
with the congressional leadership with no resolution of the problem at hand. the eric cantor problem. >> we're not going to raise the debt ceiling if we don't have cuts. >> eric cantor is now the man to blame for bringing us to the brink of economic catastrophe. >> are you the reason that there will not be an extension in the next few days? >> this is not a game. >> we don't want to raise taxes. >> he's not going to back down. >> let's play global thermonuclear war. >> no sign he's really willing to negotiate. >> now is not the time to play games. >> the clock is ticking. >> nevertheless, the clock is ticking. >> dire consequences. >> that is a bad scenario. >> gloom and doom scenario. >> some are asking if cantor is hurting the debt talks. >> it was childish. >> called them childish. >> once wrote in his high school year book, quote, i want what i want when i want it. >> quote, he's all about eric. >> boehner and mcconnell are trying to lead a party that doesn't even understand the problem. >> even speaker boehner and minority leader mcconnell seem to understand -- >> we have been in this fight togethe
your way next. >> eric: hello, everybody. it's 5:00 on the east coast. this is "the five." i'm eric bolling alongside andrea tantaros, bob becket, dana perino and greg gutfeld. "the five" starts right now. captioned by closed captioning services, inc >> eric: so he did go there. president obama scared grandparents across the nation when he told them they might not get their social security checks next month michigan friend rush limbaugh said the president was up to funny business. take a look. >> if i didn't know better i'd say the white house gave scott pelling a script. this is an outrage here. this is not true. this is, my god it's the playbook. hold senior citizens and military personnel hostage. not just social security checks. it's veterans checks. it's right out of the playbook. >> eric: obama should have known the seniors could won't to get their money even if the debt talks break down, unless you turn to put a green energy project in front of the america senior citizens in the who gets paid line. by the way, mr. obama failed to point out that the social security trust fund
captioning by, closed captioning services, inc. >> eric: we start with a "fox news alert" on the debt show down, the clock is ticking to the next round of critical talks. will be held at the white house later today. president obama's vision for a grand bargain on debt, taxes, and spending, well, hit a major roadblock. good morning i'm eric sean and welcome to america's news headquarters, for this sunday morning. >> jamie: you are seeing a live picture at the white house, that is where all of the action is, i'm jamie colby, good have you here, we are inching closer to a a debt ceiling deadline and house speaker john boehner demanding a scaled-back deal saying, quote, despite good-faith efforts to find common ground, the white house will not pursue a bigger debt reduction agreement without those tax hikes. the white house had this response: both parties have made real progress thus far and to back off now will not only fail to solve our fiscal challenge it will confirm the cynicism people have about politics in washington. charles hurt, columnist for the washington times, j
. during today's meeting, house majority leader eric cantor reportedly remained silent the entire time. republicans are still refusing a generational opportunity to cut social safety net they have been after for decades, the new deal. president obama put the country before his own political future in an effort to solve a crisis republicans basically created. president obama knows the stakes. his treasury secretary tim geithner laid it out today. >> we've looked at all available options. and we have no way to give congress more time to solve this problem and we're running out of time. and the eyes of the country are on us and the eyes of the world are us and we need to make sure we send together and send a signal to take the steps necessary to avoid default and also take advantage of this opportunity to make some progress in dealing with our long-term fiscal problems. we don't have much time. it's time we move. >> most republicans are ignoring geithner's warning. take a listen to michele bachmann. >> you don't care if we're degraded? >> we won't. the president knows and secretary geithn
>> eric: welcome to assignment 7. the video game technology being used in the fight against illegal immigration along the u.s.-mexico border, plus.... >> recovery through music. the program that uses music to help young patients to cope with the stress of being in a hospital. a bike shop owner that has built his reputation restoring memories. >> vacations are expensive and often a good idea to buy travel insurance. it forced one bay area couple to cancel their cruise they were shocked when their insurance kick in. >> reporter: peggy and clifford were all set to go on their cruise. >> we knew we would enjoy the cruise to the alaska. >> but a week before the trip, peggy suddenly felt very sick. >> vomiting and everything else. she had to play lai down and stay in bed. >> it was another attack of vertigo a condition that strikes without warning. leaving her nauseous, no way could she be out at sea for ten days. >> i've had it in the past. i took my medication and i went to bed and stayed. >> they cancelled their trip figuring they would get their money back. then it says vacation prote
'm jamie colby, great to have you on america's news headquarters. >> eric: i'm eric sean, casey anthony, yes, walked free, 12 days after the stunning jury verdict. as you know it acquitted her in the murder of the two-year-old daughter caylee and the case and verdict sparking anger and death threats against her. many people this morning wondering what she will do, where will she go next? she did not say one word to reporters or the protesters, who were lined up to watch her release. >> she had such a jury trial that was a bunch of jokes and the six-year-old would have made a more conscious effort, decision, than what they actually did. >> we don't care if it is ran raining or where the thunder is, we are out here. >> dave: casey steegel is following the latest from the orange county corrections facility in orlando, florida. walk us through the list. what happened, 11 minutes after midnight and how did it go down? >> exactly, 11 minutes after midnight according to the clock hanging on the wall inside the orange county jail, she walked out the front door, much to the surprise of a lot of
. it's majority leader eric cantor. taking all the heat. mr. troublemaker. clashing with everybody, right, left and center. cantor will -- not far right. he may be the tea party's hero or everybody else's goat. let's find out what he's all about. the new kid on the block in terms of big time politic. eric cantor of richmond, virginia. why is he causing so much trouble? you're watching "hardball" only on msnbc. >>> presidential candidate ron paul launching his first ad campaign pushing back against raising the debt ceiling. >> oh, gosh. ron paul's running the ad in both iowa and new hampshire. a six figure in each state. may be the largest by any candidate so far in the 2012 campaign. >>> we'll be right back. >>> the speaker and i have consistently been on the same page, and it's just as he laid out in terms of the principles that we are operating under. that our conference is behind that we're not going to raise the debt ceiling if we don't have cuts in excess, a that we don't want to raise taxes, and that we want to structurally change the system so that we stop this from happenin
eric wilson. >> well, i got involved in the case because of joseph dick. he had, for reasons of his own, decided to tell the police officers that i was involved. and as soon as i got back off my mediterranean cruise, i was arrested and brought in. >> interviewer: do you know why he did it? >> no. no, i don't know why he did it. >> narrator: on joe's word, eric wilson was arrested as a co-conspirator. >> interviewer: how many statements did you make? do you remember? >> three or four. >> interviewer: how about seven? >> seven? i think it was a total of seven statements. >> interviewer: how many were true? >> none of the statements that were made were true. >> interviewer: he was making up stuff. >> i couldn't tell you what was made up because i wasn't there. i had to rely on my client. >> narrator: fasanaro gave joe mixed signals. joe could tell all the stories he wanted, but he had to tell the truth. >> i didn't recommend against his continuing on and cooperating with the authorities. i thought it was in his best interest. >> interviewer: to continue? >> to cooperate. of course. >> inte
the wrong direction. they're going up sixth avenue. good morning, molly line and good morning eric bolling. we have a busy day. >> lots going on. >> lots of news. >> headlines actually. fox news alert. a man goes on a killing spree before finally turning the gun on himself. the story developing overnight in grand rapids, michigan. 34-year-old rodrick dansler killed seven people including his own daughter. he led police on a high speed chase where he took three strangers hostage inside their home. the ordeal ended finally ended when they escaped unharmed. no word of what caused him to snap. despite a recent -- despite a request from president obama to spare his life a mexican national put to death by lethal injection in texas last night. his last words, an apology and then viva mexico. he raped and murdered a 16-year-old girl in 1994. president obama and the state department asked for a last minute reprieve because he had been convicted without getting legal advice from the mexican consulate which is a requirement of the vienna convention but the supreme court and texas governor rick perry
ended the meeting, even stormed out if you listen to eric cantor, although democrats dispute that. the biggest fireworks did come between obama and the house majority leader, cantor, at one point the president warned reportedly quote, "eric, don't call my bluff. i'm going to the american people with this." nbc's kristen welker is live at the white house. with the way things ended yesterday, where does that leave us today? >> reporter: there's not a whole lot of optimism a deal will get done today. yesterday's meeting was heated. the two sides by some estimates are about $1 trillion apart. today, chris, they'll take on the issue of taxes, which is arguably been the most divisive issue to date. democrats saying any deal has to include a rollback of tax breaks for wealthy americans and for large corporations and republicans have been saying we're got going to support anything that involves tax hikes so that's where they stand going into today's meeting. now the president has said look we really need to decide by friday whether we want to continue to try to pursue a package that inclu
'm glad-- >> trickle down? >> okay, eric, so you put tax hikes on the wealthy, on small business owners and that has no impact on unemployment? >> there you go. and the number that dr. heldman just pointed out the top 2%, guess what they pay 44% of all tax revenue collected, meanwhile 43% don't pay a dime in federal income tax and the number of jobs held back or pulled off the table. mr. obama want today create jobs, should clarify the tax structure, drop the corporate tax rate and as tobin says, when you do that, even he though you drop the rate you grow the economy. when you grow the economy, you grow tax revenue. >> jonas does he have any other choice, but to talk about tax hikes? >> yes, he can talk about spending cuts, but he doesn't want to talk about that as much as the tax hikes. i will say i think economically, either one is done the at a large level. required to get the balanced budget and going to cause job losses. the states have cut a lot of people in an effort to cut costs and not raise taxes as much as they could have raised them, but at least a higher unemployment rate.
rockefeller center and eric bolling great to have you here. >> thanks for having me. >> we're finally hearing from the jurors now in the casey anthony case and now juror number 3, a 32-year-old nursing student by the name of lisa ford is speaking out on why the jury acquitted the mom of caylee anthony. let's take a listen to this compelling soundbite. >> there wasn't enough evidence, there wasn't anything strong enough to say exactly -- i don't think anyone in america could tell us exactly how she died. if you put even just the 12 jurors in one room with a piece of paper, write down how caylee died. nobody knows. we'd all be guessing. >> so it's cause of death that was a problem? >> how can you punish someone for something if you don't know what they did. they didn't even a paint a picture for me to consider. there were quite a few people after we got back when the verdict was read, we were in tears. >> why were you crying after you handed down a not guilty verdict on murder? >> not guilty doesn't mean innocence. it doesn't mean innocent. >> how do you feel about that? that you may have le
no solutions. case in point, republican leader eric cantor continues to push a short term extension of debt ceiling. here is president obama's response. quote, enough is enough, eric. don't call my bluff. i'm going to the american people on this. i will not yield. today, cantor took more heat from the left. >> house majority leader eric cantor showing he shouldn't even be at the table. it was childish. >> he is basically standing in the way and it's a shame, it's a shame. if eric cantor decides everything i fear we will be in fall. >> president urging republicans to stop playing games. >> what's required here in washington, is that politicians understand now is not the time it play games. now is not the time to posture. now is the time to do what is right by the country. >> joining me now, are two msnbc political analysts, pat buchanan and richard wolfe. pat, let me start with you. >> all right. >> is your party playing games? >> our party's involved in these negotiations, al. and there's no doubt i think the president has been winning it politically on the national level. but i do think th
eric cantor says this is what the president said in response. quote, don't call my bluff, eric. and then he walked out a few minutes later. president obama said all along he'd veto any short-term measure. ed administration says failure to raise the $14.3 trillion debt ceiling by august 2nd could trigger a partial default on the part of the united states. thanks to that debt ceiling issue and the possibility of default you're on notice. i'm on notice. everyone from maine to san diego is on in. moody's investor services, the debt rating agency plans to review the nation's aaa bond rating and might downgrade it from stable to negative. standard & poors has the u.s. bond rating under review. let's talk about foreclosures for a second. realty track, the company that tracks the foreclosures, their numbers show foreclosures are down nearly 30% to compared to a year ago. that sounds like good news but it comes with a big fat asterisk. realty track says many are being delayed. many foreclosures that should happen this year will happen next year instead. nevada, arizona and cal lead the
discussing a back and forth. i'm going to read some of the notes of this. eric cantor, the house majority leader, saying, that's when the president got very agitated and said, i've sat here long enough. no other president, including ronald reagan, would sit here here like this. you reach the point where something's got to give. you've got to compromise, or, eric, i'm going to take this to the american people. eric, don't call my bluff. i'm going to the american people with this. cantor said he was somewhat taken aback and tried to have a conversation with the president. in spite of saying none of us want to take this to the brink, he shoved back from the table and said, i'll see you tomorrow. i'm out. kate bolduan, this sounds quite dramatic, a showdown between the president and the republican house majority leader eric cantor. where the president in his own house leaves the room. >> reporter: that sounds like the case, at least according to house republican leader eric cantor. he came out and talked to a group of us reporters as we were standing there and gave us a very detailed explanat
us more about the eric cavalli tournament. ma maryann? >> i'm at the sports park in the east bay where the tournament will be played. 70 soccer teams are participating and the fees that the teams play or rather, pay to participate in this tournament is all going to go to eric cavalli to help with his mounting medical bills eric cavalli has played soccer since he was 4. he played ever since until a snowboarding accident in february. he was at north star in tahoe when he decided to try a zblump i decide, i guess i'll do it. it was a 40 foot jump and when i went off i lost control in the air and landed really hard on my left side. since it was icy there was no cushion. >> the 19 year old was airlifted to a nearby hospital. he tore a hole in ace aorta. his lungs collapsed and he suffered kidney and liver failure. his mother remembers the terrifying call she got before her son went to emergency surgery. >> right before surgery -- sorry -- they had him call to say good-bye. >> he survived the operation. his legs are now paralyzed. but his spirit is not. >> it really hadn't limited my l
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